North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1893

This General Assembly met from January 4th to March 6th in 1893.

The House of Representatives was reapportioned due to the results of the 1890 U.S. Census. The number of Representatives remained at one hundred-twenty (120).

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

J.A. Long

Alexander

1

N.S. Norton

Alleghany

1

C.T. Taylor

Anson

1

T. J. Watkins

Ashe

1

R.A. Hamilton

Beaufort

1

John R. Rowe

Bertie

1

A.S. Rascoe

Bladen

1

S.M. King

Brunswick

1

George H. Bellamy

Buncombe

2

John W. Starnes, Robert B. Vance

Burke

1

Julius H. Hoffman

Cabarrus

1

D. Henry White

Caldwell

1

Edmund Jones

Camden

1

Felix Jones

Carteret

1

David W. Russell

Caswell

1

David Williamson

Catawba

1

P.A. Hoyle

Chatham

2

Alfred Self, A.W. Wicker

Cherokee

1

F.P. Axley

Chowan

1

W.B. Shepard

Clay

1

J.S. Anderson

Cleveland

1

Sylvanus Erwin

Columbus

1

J.B. Schulken

Craven

1

R.P. Williams

Cumberland

2

Henry L. Cook, Alexander Thagard

Currituck

1

A.O. Day

Dare

1

I.B. Midgett

Davidson

1

John C. Thomas

Davie

1

W.R. Ellis

Duplin

1

A.D. Ward

Durham

1

Frank L. Fuller

Edgecombe

2

Jesse Brake, W.L. Barlow

Forsyth

2

A.E. Shore, Cyrus B. Watson

Franklin

1

Frank S. Spruill

Gaston

1

J.B. White

Gates

1

Mills R. Eure

Graham

1

John G. Tatham

Granville

2

W.H. Crews (1), T.L. Taylor

Greene

1

W.M. Carraway

Guilford

2

John H. Gilmer, Martin H. Holt

Halifax

2

William H. Kitchin, Unknown/Vacant

Harnett

1

Neill A. Smith

Haywood

1

Robert D. Gilmer

Henderson

1

J. Williams

Hertford

1

William P. Taylor

Hyde

1

D.H. Carter

Iredell

2

R.E. King, John R. McClelland

Jackson

1

Walter E. Moore

Johnston

2

J.Y. Lawhon, R.B. Whitley

Jones

1

John C. Parker

Lenoir

1

E.J. Brooks

Lincoln

1

W.L. Crouse

Macon

1

J. Frank Ray

Madison

1

Charles B. Mashburn

Martin

1

M.T. Lawrence

McDowell

1

J.C. McCurry

Mecklenburg

3

John R. Erwin, Hugh W. Harris, Unknown/Vacant

Mitchell

1

T.D. Vance

Montgomery

1

Joseph R. Blair

Moore

1

William Jackson Adams

Nash

1

L.A. Lloyd

New Hanover

2

E.G. Parmele, G.W. Westbrook

Northampton

1

C.R. Harrell

Onslow

1

E.L. Franck, Jr.

Orange

1

James Norwood

Pamlico

1

Leroy Harper

Pasquotank

1

H.N. Pritchard

Pender

1

Robert C. Johnson

Perquimans

1

J.H. Parker

Person

1

S.P. Satterfield

Pitt

2

Fred McGlohon, I.K. Witherington

Polk

1

Grayson Arledge

Randolph 

2

H.K. Fuller, T.M. Robertson

Richmond

2

L.M. Blue, W.R. Covington

Robeson

2

J.S. Oliver, T.A. McNeill

Rockingham

2

A.J. Hudson, Jr., J.A. Walker

Rowan

2

James H. McKenzie, Lee S. Overman*

Rutherford

1

A.L. Rucker

Sampson

2

C.E. Daniel, A.F. Howard

Stanly

1

James P. Nash

Stokes

1

Riley J. Petree

Surry

1

Stephen Venable

Swain

1

W.H. Queen

Transylvania

1

Thomas S. Wood

Tyrrell

1

C.E. Tatem

Union

1

T.C. Eubanks

Vance

1

James M. Watson

Wake

3

C.H. Clarke, Walter H. Grimes, Fred L. Merritt

Warren 

1

J.H. Wright

Washington

1

H.J. Starr

Watauga

1

E.F. Lovill

Wayne

2

William Reynolds Allen, John A. Stevens

Wilkes

2

J.S. Holbrook, William M. Lee

Wilson

1

James T. Graves

Yadkin

1

John A. Lillington

Yancey

1

James F. Byrd
* Lee S. Overman was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. J.M. Brown was Clerk.
(1) A black man.
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